Greg Allen Stube was born in Long Beach, CA in 1969. The son of a career Navy man, Greg Stube enlisted to serve in the US Army in 1988 as an infantryman. Greg was later selected to be part of an elite team of Green Berets in 1992, and trained as a Special Forces Medical Sergeant, 18D. Greg’s training was extensive and included:
During his years of service, Greg participated in the initial development of the Special Forces Advanced Urban Combat training doctrine and the 10th SFG(A) SFAUC course, where his weapons capabilities and shooting abilities remained at the core of Special Forces proficiency and competency throughout a career on the teams. Greg spent the 1990s, with the Special Forces, stationed in hostile fire zones.
While serving in Combat Operations in the Global War on Terror, Stube was wounded in Afghanistan during Operation Medusa. Stube’s A-Team encountered overwhelming numbers of Taliban fighters in The Battle of Sperwan Ghar, which lasted over a week. Stube’s wounds from a remotely detonated IED and enemy fire seemed fatal, but instead he survived to endure months of hospitalization and surgeries. Huge wounds to his abdomen, hip and pelvis eventually closed, his nearly severed leg was restored, and extensive full-thickness burns were grafted. On the path to a “miracle” recovery, Greg endured 17 surgeries and an 18 month hospital stay. Greg retired in 2011 after 23 years of dedicated service.
After returning home, Greg went on to host his own television show on NBC Sports titled Coming Home with Greg Stube. Because of Greg’s inspiring story of strength and perseverance, and his heartfelt communication style, he’s become a sought after speaker where he often leaves people thinking how they’re going to achieve their highest possible goals in both their professional and private lives. Greg has take this same inspiring message and authored a book titled Conquer Anything, available in bookstores May 1, 2018. Greg is also a consultant and serves as a leadership presenter for the FBI and the FBI National Academy, in DC and Quantico. During his free time, Greg volunteers for various charity work.
The greatest leaders I know lead by example. They are role models who adhere to standards they set for others and never ask more of them than they demand of themselves. Great leaders don’t just “manage”or “motivate.” They inspire courage, tenacity, perseverance, resilience and commitment in all who work with them. Greg Stube is such a leader – and an American Hero.
In Conquer Anything Greg draws on a lifetime of “lessons learned” as a highly decorated U.S. Army Special Forces medic in this lucid, straightforward resource for parents, teachers, students, athletes, employers, supervisors and soldiers. If “success” is in your vocabulary, Conquer Anything is a must read.
Greg is an electrifying public speaker. His passion for leadership and love of country is infectious. I invited Greg to speak at one of our senior leadership offsite meetings, where the audience willingly followed his speech and were fully engaged with the stories and his message. To this date, many of the attendees mention his unforgettable presentation.
Greg’s heartfelt communication style is impressive, his hard fought background is historic. I would highly recommend that you consider Greg Stube.
Greg Stube is a world-class presenter. His ability to move an audience is an amazing thing to watch. He leaves the listener feeling inspired, believing they can face any challenge and overcome any obstacle.